- Start with an introduction that talks about your personal and professional background and how you intend to benefit from this assignment
- Conduct the six self-assessments
- The six assessments must include 2 of the aspects in each of the 3 categories listed.
- The results of the assessments are to be put in the appendice section.
- Search for tools online that conduct the assesments.
- After doing the assessments, answer the below questions
- Why you chose the particular assessments you completed ‐ were there particular areas of your behaviour you were trying to understand?
- What do the self‐assessments that you have completed tell you about yourself as a manager and as a person?
- Based on an increased understanding of yourself, what is likely to be challenging for you as you move through your course of study and your career? What is likely to be easy for you?
- Were there any surprises in the assessments you completed? That is, were the results different to what you expected?
- If there were no surprises in the assessments you completed, why?
- The usefulness of the self-assessments you have completed with respect to your own development.
- What you will do differently (if anything) as a result of these self-assessments and how you might monitor if the changes you want to make are working.
- Any reservations you have about the particular tools you used.
- Anything else that you feel is relevant.
- Provide a conclusion to your work.
- There is a sample provided in the attachments. Please follow it.
- Use Chicago 17B formatting and referencing.
- Have not less than 10 academic sources in your work.
Task details: Any SIX self-assessments must comprise two each of the following three categories:
Category 1: Individual behaviour and processes (this includes the topics of individual behaviour, personality and values, perception, workplace emotions, attitudes and stress, motivation, decision-making and creativity)
Category 2: team processes (this includes topics of team dynamics, communication in teams, power and influence and conflict & negotiation)
Category 3: Organisational processes (this includes topics of leadership, organisational structure, organisational culture and organisational change)
Big Five Personality Test
The big five personality test is a xxxxxx valuable tool for personal assessment xxxx (Khan 2017). It examines the five dimensions xxxxx of an individual’s behaviour: conscientiousness, extraversion, neuroticism, xxxxx agreeableness, and openness. These traits are essential in today’s xxxxxx competitive world and also in the workplace. xxxxx One of the advantages of this tool is that the individual characters are not likely to xxxxxundergo ordinal variations (Khan 2017). xxxxxxThe tool is also a vigorous measure across beliefs and samples. According to Anglim and O’connor (2018), the Big Five Personality xxxxxTest helps individuals assess their assertiveness, intellect, politeness, hard work, among other traitsxxxxxx.
The test results indicate that xxxxxx I am strong in the agreeableness trait, as shown in appendix 1. Individuals whose personality trait is agreeableness tend to put others before themselves.xxxxx They are cooperative and don’t like to argue, and are empathetic (Soto 2018). They are also trusting and forgiving (Soto 2018). xxxxI challenge xxxxx being forgiving.xxxxxx Personally, once I am wronged, xxxxxI find it hard to forgive and let go, thus holding a grudge for long. Although forgiving is challengeable, xxxxxx I do agree with all the other traits under agreeableness xxxxx